McDonald v. City of Chicago Panel Discussion

September 21, 2010Duke Law News

September 21, 2010
12:15–1:15 PM
Room 3041
Duke Law School

The Program in Public Law hosts a distinguished group of panelists as they discuss the soundness and implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in McDonald v. City of Chicago. In McDonald, the Court held that the Second Amendment is incorporated into Section One of the Fourteenth Amendment and therefore binds state and local governments to the same extent that it binds the federal government.

Read more about the case here in the SCOTUSblog case files.

Neil Siegel, moderator
Professor of Law and Political Science
Co-Director of the Program in Public Law
Duke Law School

Joseph Blocher
Assistant Professor of Law
Duke Law School

Walter Dellinger III
Douglas B. Maggs Professor Emeritus of Law
Duke Law School
Partner and Chair of the Appellate Practice
O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Washington, DC

Thomas Metzloff
Professor of Law
Duke Law School

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